Music legend, Sir Cliff Richard has announced that he is set to play his biggest ever show in Suffolk next year, which will come as exciting news for his legion of fans.
As part of the celebrations surrounding the release of Sir Cliff’s 102nd album, the pop great will head back to Suffolk for the first time in a number of years, after choosing to add the region which is so popular for themed weekend breaks to his 2017 summer tour.
In fact, the last time that Sir Cliff was live on stage for a major performance in the county, he played at the Gaumont (Ipswich Regent) in 1984!
But for fans looking forward to seeing him in Suffolk once again, the wait is almost over, and he is now set to take the 6,260-acre Euston Hall estate by storm on June 25, 2017.
This gig will be the only venue in East Anglian that Sir Cliff will play on his tour, as well as heading to a host of other parks and estates in Leeds, Hertfordshire and Lincolnshire.
Did you know?
Sir Cliff Richard’s debut single, Move It, was released back in August 1958.
The record was credited with being the first ever British rock ‘n’ roll record, introducing a previously American-only style to the British music scene.
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